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Published on Jan 11, 2007
A waterfall steeped in history - it is said a fairy used to live in the cave behind the waterfall, before the pool became used as a sheep dip by local farmers. This 15 foot fall near Skipton is also designated a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) because the minerals in the water deposit on rock of the fall, meaning that it actually grows outwards instead of eroding back into the cliff (think a stalagmite in a cave).
It could have done with a bit more water but was still ok - good coursework avoidance!